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The United Auto Workers ratified contracts with General Motors and Ford. The finalized agreements end weeks of negotiations with Detroit\'s automakers.


Skilled trade workers at Volkswagen's factory in Chattanooga, TN, will vote in early December whether to join the United Auto Workers.


The UAW pushed back the deadline for its proposed contract with GM until Nov. 20 to work out an agreement for skilled trades workers. Ford employees continue to vote on their deal, but it looks likely to pass.


Ford and the UAW have a tentative agreement that could go to union members for a vote soon. The proposed contract reportedly includes $9 billion in new US investments from the Blue Oval. The union also continues to finish its deal with GM.


Details To Come After Wednesday Vote

GM and the UAW have a tentative deal for a new four-year contract, but specific details about it don't arrive until after a vote on Wednesday. The union promises significant wage gains.


The UAW now intends to negotiate a new contract with General Motors and is expected to ask for even more than in its FCA US deal.


United Auto Workers members have ratified the new proposed contract with FCA US after rejecting the first one. Now, the union needs to craft deals with Ford and General Motors.


General Motors is responding to demand across the board for the products at its Detroit-Hamtramck factory, adding a second shift and hiring over 1,200.


A portion of the proposed UAW contract with FCA US suggests the Connor Avenue Assembly plant could close in 2017, which might take the Dodge Viper with it.


The newly proposed contract between the UAW and FCA would give wage parity between first- and second-tier workers after eight years of employment. Gone from the proposed contract is a health-care cooperative between employees of all three major American automakers.


Weekly Recap For 10.9.15

FCA avoids a worker strike, a former Top Gear host teases us with a picture from Amazon's new car show, and Toyota predicts autonomous cars by 2020. Autoblog senior editor Greg Migliore reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute Weekly Recap.


A union strike is avoided as the United Auto Workers reached a tentative agreement with FCA. Autoblog's Adam Morath reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.


A proposed contract averts a strike between FCA US and the UAW at least temporarily. The details are not published yet, and workers still must vote on the offer.


Some UAW members at FCA US could go on strike as soon as Wednesday night if a deal or contract extension isn't in place to avert it. Both sides are still negotiating, though.


Ford and the UAW have reached a tentative deal at the Kansas City, MO, factory to keep production of the F-150 going there. Without the agreement, a strike would have started October 4.


Mitsubishi's UAW contract is reportedly making it very difficult to find a buyer for the automaker's factory in Normal, IL. Production of the Outlander Sport ends there in November.


Ford's Kansas City Assembly Plant, which builds the F-150, is threatening to strike in the coming days if the UAW workers there don't get a new agreement with the Blue Oval soon.


Things are not looking good for the UAW's preliminary contract with Fiat Chrysler, as workers are projected to overwhelmingly reject the a deal.


The UAW's pending deal with FCA US retains the two-tier worker system but gives raises to them both. The agreement also creates a healthcare co-op to fight rising costs.


Weekly Recap for 9.18.15

FCA reaches a tentative agreement with the UAW, Honda reveals the all-new 2016 Civic, and the Frankfurt Motor Show dazzles us again. Autoblog senior editor Greg Migliore reports on the Weekly Recap edition of Autoblog Minute.


The production homes of the Chrysler 200, Dodge Dart, Ram 1500, and Jeep Cherokee could be moving as part of the new labor contract between FCA and the UAW.

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